• Niagara alum Scott Arnold returns to campus as director of hockey operations

    Former Niagara forward Scott Arnold is returning to the Purple Eagles following a three-year professional career as the team’s director of hockey operations. “We are proud to welcome a Niagara hockey alumnus like Scott Arnold back to ou
    49 minutes ago / Blogs @
  • Sifting Through the Numbers: North Dakota vs. Denver

    Tale of the Tape #4 North Dakota Fighting Hawks (22-3-3, 13-2-1 NCHC) at #9 Denver Pioneers (13-8-5, 9-5-2 NCHC). Date: February 12-13, 2016 Location: Magness Arena, Denver, Colo. Time: Feb. 12, 8:06 p.m. MT, Feb. 13, 7:06 p.m. MT R
    58 minutes ago / Goon's World
  • Merrimack Women’s Hockey Hosting Youth Clinic Monday

    Head coach Erin Hamlen and the Merrimack College women’s ice hockey team have announced the date and time for the team’s first-ever Youth Clinic, which will benefit Hockey East’s Skating Strides Program. ALL proceeds raised from the
    2 hours ago / The Mack Report
  • With most injuries healed, Northern Michigan prepares for a run at playoff home ice

    Despite a lineup depleted by injuries this season, the Wildcats have hung around in the WCHA standings and are in fifth place with eight games to play. Possibly related: At a glance: Michigan State, Michigan Tech, Northern Michigan and Mic
    3 hours ago / Blogs @
  • Official Business

    Over the weekend in New Jersey, two referees were assaulted by parents following a high school game, and both ended up in the hospital. The bottom line: don't ever make it personal with the officials. They're doing their best. If there's
    4 hours ago / Without A Peer
  • Joe Concannon Award boasts 22 ‘worthy’ semifinalists for 2016 honor

    The Gridiron Club of Greater Boston president has announced the 22 semifinalists for the sixteenth Joe Concannon Award, presented annually to the best American-born college hockey player in New England at the NCAA Division II/III level. Thi
    4 hours ago / Blogs @
  • Norwich goalie tandem of Robert, King all about healthy competition

    It’s a good problem for any hockey team to have:  two No. 1-caliber goaltenders. That’s precisely the case with Norwich junior Céleste Robert and sophomore Laurie King. Robert has played in 14 games this season and King has seen time
    5 hours ago / Blogs @

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